HOA Homefront: Which law do we follow? readers ask

Q. Recently we have had issues with projects and proposed projects that involve city regulations vs. CC&R restrictions. Our board seems to think that the requirements in our CC&Rs are unenforceable if the city has already approved the projects. I contend that the CC&Rs must be met as well as city requirements, with the more restrictive (usually) CC&Rs having the greater legal power (for lack of a better word)    Read the Q&A…………..


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